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Wednesday, December 15, 2010
A TALE OF TWO TREES
Today I have two trees to share with you . . . one is a "wild hair" idea that I got while frowning upon the many boxes of holiday decorations that were taking up valuable space. I decided to do nothing about them; instead, I pulled this little tree from one of them and used the Cricut "From My Kitchen" cartridge to cut some decorations for it. It turned out to be a whimsical, yet festive, decoration for my kitchen/dining area. The second tree that I'm sharing was created with Stampin' Up!'s "Candy Cane Christmas" designer paper. It's a very simple card--square, of course--and one that's easy to duplicate. Card stock colors are Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Early Espresso, and Real Red. I used the "Grateful Greetings" stamp set for the sentiment, the Eyelet Border punch, silver Glass Glitter, and a rhinestone jewel. Easy peasy!